Thursday Doors with Norm 2.0 gave me inspiration to include some photos from the Folsom Power house in downtown Folsom, California. The powerhouse is a state park and nestles up against one of the most beautiful stretches of the American River and the American River Bike Trail. It never grows old walking over the rainbow bridge even when the air is smoky from fires and unclear. Take a walk/ride down the bike trail and stop for some coffee when you are done at any number of lovely places to eat…
Gold Country Drives which took us to various spots in Northern California’s beautiful Gold Country. (Check it out again if you are so inclined.) For our birthdays every year my photography friend Diana and I always get together and go somewhere to take photos (and usually eat some yummy food). Typically we go to Napa or the Bay area or the Coast or somewhere with lots of flowers to enjoy a beautiful day together. This year, with COVID, everything is frankly just weird. So, we decided to do a social distancing photo shoot in the Plymouth/Amador County area. Our first stop was downtown Plymouth where a few interesting doors presented themselves. It was mandatory I post them for Norm 2.0’s weekly post since I haven’t been out much in months. I went back and forth on if these photos should be black and white or not. I landed on color because the red and the blue/green and yellow is just too interesting.
Enjoy friends. More flowers and wineries to follow from this day of fresh air and space. Happy Thursday Doors.
Be well everyone.